Morning Coffee: What the perfect Goldman Sachs career looks like. HSBC’s unbelievable away day

The perfect Goldman career does not involve retiring at 35. It does not involve a mountain of money and kicking back. It means being a 'culture carrier.'

Meet the impressive young bankers in Morgan Stanley’s 2015 analyst class

The 2015 analyst class has arrived at Morgan Stanley. Here's who's joined.

Morning Coffee: 28 year-old analyst disappointed by £400k bonus. Greek vote kills banker holiday hopes

You've got a first class degree from Cambridge and six years' experience at Goldman Sachs. Is £400k a big enough bonus for you? Apparently not.

SAC Capital is coming back to London (possibly). What happened to all its ex-staff?

Steve Cohen might be reappearing in Mayfair. The 50 people he used to employ in London are now dispersed far and wide.

You’re 35 years-old and want to leave finance. This woman can help

You want to leave finance. Don't go there alone.

How swollen is Deutsche Bank really?

Deutsche Bank has already partially popped its fixed income bubble.

Morning Coffee: The inexperienced bankers on $175k. Goldman Sachs’ mistake

Next time someone informs you that investment banking has fallen out of favour with young people, and that young people want to become financial technology ('Fintech') professionals instead,…

Actually, Morgan Stanley is hiring more in equities than fixed income

So you thought Morgan Stanley might pick you up if you lose your job in fixed income? You might be wrong.

Morning Coffee: Confluence of horrors hits Deutsche Bank. Crazed extracurriculars of top finance youth

It's not turning out to be a good week for Deutsche Bank. And how do you really differentiate yourself if you want a job in finance?

Why Mizuho is expanding in FICC

While most banks pull back from fixed income, one is swimming against the tide.

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